Word 2013 Columns
Everything you need to know about Word 2013 Columns
Now and then the data you incorporate into your record is best shown in columns. Can segments help enhance coherence, as well as a few sorts of archives—like daily paper articles, bulletins, and flyers—are regularly composed in section organize. Word likewise enables you to alter your sections by adding column breaks.
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To add sections to a report:
Select the content you need to arrange.
- Select the Page Layout tab, then click the Column command. A drop-down menu will appear.
- Select the number of columns you want to create.
- The text will format into the column.
To expel section arranging, put the addition point anyplace in the segments, at that point click the Columns order on the Page Layout tab. Select One from the drop-down menu that shows up.
Your segment decisions aren’t restricted to the drop-down menu that shows up. Select More Column… at the base of the menu to get to the Column dialog box. Tap the bolts by the Number of columns: to modify the number of segments.
If you want to adjust the spacing and alignment of columns, click, hold, and drag the indent markers on the Ruler until the columns appear the way you want.
Including section breaks
Once you’ve made sections, the content will naturally spill out of one segment to the following. Now and again, however, you might need to control precisely where every segment starts. You can do this by making a column break.
To include a segment break:
In our case beneath, we’ll include a section break that will move content to the start of the following segment.
Place the insertion point at the start of the content you need to move.
- Select the Page Layout tab, then click the Breaks command. A drop-down menu will appear.
- Select Column from the menu.
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